Theodore Payne Foundation

2019 Wild Flower Hotline: March 15



The Wild Flower Hotline is made possible by memberships, donations, and the generous support of S&S Seeds. Please support the Hotline today! March 15, 2019, reports the blooms strong in the deserts and starting in the local and Sierra Foothills. This week covering: AUDIO REPORT Anza Borrego Desert State Park Joshual Tree National Park Diamond Valley Lake, Hemet Three Rivers and Sequoia National Park Carrizo Plain National Monument -- early Theodore Payne Foundation, Sun Valley   PLUS THESE ON THE WRITTEN REPORT Placerita Canyon Nature Center Rancho Santa Ana Botanic Garden  Environmental Nature Center Ronald W. Caspers Wilderness Park Corn Springs Campground Elizabeth Learning Center The Wild Flower Hotline is brought to you by the Theodore Payne Foundation, a non-profit plant nursery and education center dedicated to the preservation of wild flowers and California native plants. We are celebrating the 36th year of the Wild Flower Hotline with the voice of Joe Spano!   UPCOMING EVENTS Theodore Payne Found